WMFE Radio Interview the Dragon Parade Lunar New Year Festival 2013

WMFE 90.7’s Tom Parkinson talks to Shally Wong, Publisher of Asia Trend Magazine and Ray Mou, Director General Taipei Economic in Miami and Cultural Office to find out how Orlando’s Asian community will celebrate the Lunar Chinese New Year. Dragon Parade Lunar New Year Festival 2013 – February 10, 2013 Lunar New Year is the most important festival celebrated in Asia. In countries such as Australia, Canada and the United States, although Chinese New Year is not an official holiday, many Asian organizations hold large celebrations and parades to share the culture. Cities like New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sydney and London have already held many successful Lunar New Year Parades which attract thousands and thousands audiences. This year, Asia Trend Magazine together with Mills 50 — Orlando Mainstreet District, REACH of Central Florida (Recognizing Educating Asian Cultural Heritage) and YESS (Youth Enrichment and Senior Services) joined hands to organize the Central Florida local community Dragon Parade Lunar New Year Festival on February 10th, 2013 to celebrate the Year of the Snake. The festival starts at 11am with a community parade (begins at Hillcrest St. & Hampton Ave and ends at Hillcrest St. & Mills Ave) followed by a 4-hour festival which takes place at 634 N. Mills Ave., Orlando, FL 32803 — Colonial Photo & Hobby parking lot. Come experience the Asian culture with cultural performances, exotic Asian food, Arts and Crafts and exhibitions. Admission is free
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